ON THE MEDIA, ON DEVELOPMENT | Humanitarian communication: a future that is more ethical, sensitive and inclusive

September 16, 2022

Language [and images are] part of a cycle that retains and reinforces historically rooted unequal power relations, which are often expressed and reinforced in colonialist, racist, sexist and other forms of oppressive practices.

Source: Future Brief Series No. 4 (Pt. 1) | Communication in development cooperation – Partos, 2022

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